Despite the outbreak and fast spreading of the Omicron variant of the Covid-19, the Spider-Man No Way Home continues sky rocketing the box office charts.
The new Spider-Man movie is now the eighth highest-grossing movie of all time, with a worldwide total of just under $1.54 billion as of this past Sunday. Spider-Man: No Way Home overtakes four huge movies this weekend, including The Avengers, Furious 7, Frozen II, and Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Funds Generated so Far
Four weeks after the release of the movie, the Spider-Man: No Way Home grossed an additional $97.4 million globally, with $33 million coming from the aforementioned North American markets and the remaining $64.4 million being collected from cinemas in 63 territories elsewhere.
With that, the split between the two — of that $1.54 billion total — comes down to $668.8 million in the US and Canada, and the rest $867.5 million from elsewhere around the world. Amazingly, Spider-Man: No Way Home has hit these heights without any help from China, where it still doesn’t have a release date.
Moreover, the Spider-Man No Way Home is the sixth biggest movie of all time in both US and Canada put together, super passing Titanic and Jurassic World, with Avengers: Infinity War next in line.